The Regressive Double Standard on Criticism
"No idea is above scrutiny; no idea whatsoever. To criticize, to scrutinize, and to satirize my own religion is not Islamophobia."
Whether you like it or not, criticism is a part of everyday life. Whenever someone produces literature, art, music, film, TV, video games, comic books, fashion, architecture, economic theories, technology, or cuisine, you can guarantee that there will be consumers and professional critics who will test them out to gauge their quality, originality, and the message it may or may not convey. When they observe that there are notable flaws in an idea or product, they will point out these flaws to the creator and other potential consumers and offer advice on how it could be better. By doing so, you're encouraging these creators to open their minds to new ideas, take note of your points, and seek to avoid these mistakes and impr